Winter 2017 Issue of Portfolio is Now Available

Posted by Jane Robinson — January 16, 2017

1484592617RUMSON, NJ - Resources Real Estate announced the publication of the Winter 2017 issue of Portfolio, its lifestyle magazine. 

The Winter 2017 issue features splendid Monmouth county homes in Atlantic Highlands, Fair Haven, Highlands, Holmdel, Little Silver, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Red Bank, Rumson, and Shrewsbury, as well as investment properties, first-time home buyer opportunities, and must-see commercial properties.

Readers will be invited into the historical 1920 farmhouse of Anthony and Ulana Joslin, located in the Locust section of Middletown.  The Joslin’s designed a historically-inspired addition, seamlessly integrated into the original farmhouse, and resulting in approximately 6,050 square feet of creatively integrated living space, on 2.9 picturesque acres in Monmouth County.

Coffee aficionados will rejoice in the feature about Booskerdoo, a certified organic roasting coffee company that roasts its freshly ground beans in-store and offers delectable desserts in their six café and bakery locations in Monmouth County.

Landscaping enthusiasts will enjoy ‘Private Waterfront,’ a piece showcasing a magnificent 7000+ square foot Rumson estate nestled on 1.85 private acres with a 70’ deep water dock, heated Gunite pool, slide, waterfall, spa and a separate 1200 square foot guest house.

This Issue’s ‘Asked & Answered’ introduces Red Bank’s Welcome Home, a charming lifestyle store featuring home wares, gifts, fashion, jewelry and accessories. 

‘Dream of Spring’ is indeed a dream come true for lovers of entertaining guests, presenting a spectacular Rumson estate that includes an outside entertaining area with porch and heated pool, in addition to over 7,000 square foot of living space, 4 fire places and an open kitchen family room floorplan.

This issue’s Short List focuses on Little Silver, a prosperous and vibrant community in eastern Monmouth County. It highlights the fresh produce and gourmet specialty market, a restaurant favored by the locals, the town’s historic train station, a national historic site dedicated to increasing appreciation of local heritage, and the annual Little Silver Easter egg hunt.

And lastly, the international properties in the winter issue come from Resources’ luxury real estate global partners, this time focusing on Antilles and featuring two breathtaking ocean view villas and one striking beachfront condo, all in glorious St. Maarten.

“Our magazine continues to exemplify what we stand for,” said Senior Partner and Broker Carolynn Diakon, “which is representing a lifestyle.”

“This issue of Portfolio is our entry into the new year,” said Managing Partner and Broker Thomas McCormack, “capping an exceptionally successful 2016 for us, and looking forward into an exciting 2017.” 

The Winter 2017 issue is now available and can be viewed at the following link

About Resources Real Estate

Resources Real Estate is an award-winning Monmouth County, NJ full-service independent residential brokerage firm, with four offices and a team of more than 75 sales and support personnel. Resources Real Estate was opened by Carolynn Diakon in 2000. Thomas McCormack has been with the company since 2002, and joined Diakon as a partner in 2010. Resources Real Estate locations are:

36 Beach Rd. in Monmouth Beach, NJ, 112 River Rd. in Rumson, NJ, 4A W. Front St. in Red Bank, NJ, and 65 First Ave. in Atlantic Highlands, NJ.

For more information, call (732) 212-0440 or visit

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